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"We often sec in some papers, cuts and
drawings for buildings. These usually re
commend almost anything rather than econ
omy. Quirks and crooks are represented
a ornamental iu the roof's as well as in
These crooked ways are quite costly in
farm buildings, and particularly in the con
struction of roofs. The first consideration
iu building a large barn is to see that it
fdiall turn off all the water that falls on the
roof. If the barn fails in this, it is no
better than a stack yard, where the larger
part of the hay may be well secured with
out a barn.
The roof should be formed in the plain
est manner. Lot there be no hip joints
or triangular spaces to be covered with
boards and shingles, lor the boards and
shingles all come in right angle form ; and
if you make hipped roofs or anything in
that form, you must cut up your lumber
to conform, & you waste a large portion of it.
K oofs in particular, should be square or
oblong, for modern shingles will not last
always, and a good building may boar to
be shingled many times before it is too old
.Now, every time when a new set of shin
gles is put on, the same waste is made as
at first. Many of the shingles must be
cut into triangles to conform to the trian
gular platform, and the loss in thingle
thus cut away must be added to the extra
labor ot the carpenter. This is to be re
peateii as otton as the building is shin
gled. If nothing else about a building is
to be plain and square, let the roof at
least be rectangular.
Lavo troughs are useful when they are
et right. Rut it too often happens that
they are worse than nothing. Carpenters
ficem to think they ought to be set level
with the plate of the barn or house. Rut
water will notun well on a level, and the
gutters are filled with sudden showers.
The water runs over where there is no
pipe to convey it off, and does more mis
chief than where there is no trough.
r.. !... nr:. i. .1 . . .
in iuu t iiuor season tne trough is
hlled with snow and ice, and storms come
in under the eaves and over the plates.
uoiug mueii nii.scluct inside. Costly buil
dings in Jos ton are often made with such
cave troughs as these. The builders
should see to this.
Cultivation of Aitples.
The distance at which the trees should
te planted in an orchard, depends upon
the mode in which they are to be treated.
hen it is desired finally to cover and de
vote the whole ground to the trees, thirty
feet apart is the proper interval ; but where
the fanner wishes to keep the land be-
i ween tne trees in gram and grass, fifty
loot, is doc too great a distance in strom
soils. Forty feet apart, however, is the
uuai uistanee at which the trees are plant
til in orchards.
Before transplanting, the ground should
be well prepared for the trees, and vigor
ous, healthy young trees should be select
ed from the nurseries. As there is a
great differenco in the natural growth,
shape, and size of the various sorts of ap
ple trees, thoso of the same kinds should
be planted in the rows together, or "near
each other ; this will not only facilitate
culture and gathering the fruit, but will
add to the neatness and orderly appear
ance of the orchard.
It is an indispensable requisite, in all
young orchards, to keep the ground mel
low and loose by cultivation ; at least for
the first few years, until the trees are well
established. Indeed, of two adjninin- or
chards, one planted and kept in grass, and
the other plowed for the first live years
there will be an incredible difference in
favor of the latter. Not only will these
trees show-rich, dark, luxuriant iblia-e.
ana clean, smooth stems, while those ne
lectea will have a starved and sickly look,
but the size of the trees in the cultivated
orchard will be treble that of the others at
Ti V "uie, ami a tree in one
will he ready to bear an abundant crop,
before the other has commenced yielding
a peck of good fruit. Fallow crops are
the best for orchards potatoes, beets,
carrots, bush beaus, and the like; but
whatever crops may be grown, it should
constantly be borne in mind tl...r. tl ..i.,
of the tree require the sole occupancy of
H.oUl.u BU iar as tney extend, and
lueieioie tnat an area of more than the
o.ameter ot the tree should be kept clean
uup, wau-?, ana grass.
Sabbatic Beu.s. Said Daniel Ych
srer. "j. once defended a man charged
w iui t lie awl ul crime of murder. t tfe;
conclusion of the trial I asked him what
could induce him to stain Lis hands with
the blood of a fellow-being. Turning his
bloodshot eyes full upon me, he replied,
in a voice ot despair 'Mr. Webster, in
my youth I spent the holy Sabbath in evil
amusements, instead of frequenting the
house of prayer and praise.' Coufd we
go back to the early years of all hardened
cnnnnals, I believe, firmly believe, that
their first departure from the path of mor
ality, was when they abandoned the Sab
bath School, and their subsequent crimes
might thus be traced back to the ne-dect
of youthful religious instruction.
l?fein7 rrV"0' I Ppent a Sabbath
with Thomas Jefferson, at his residence in
Virginia. It was in the month of June
and the weat her was delightful. I remark
ed, IIow sweetly, how very sweetly sounds
that Sabbath bell!' That distinguished
statesman for a moment seemed lost iu
thought, and then replied: Yes, my dear
Webscr, yes; it mtlti the heiirt. it calm J
crur pus,ion.s, ami makes u U.yngain.'" i
A "UAHAM KOFELIN, Attorney
XX at Law, Johnstown, Pa. Office on Main
C 1). MURRAY, Attorney at Law,
J. Ebensburg, Pa. Oflicc opposite Craw
TORN S. It HEY, Attornky at Law,
17 Ebensburg, Pa. Office ia Colonade Row.
August 23, 1859:tf.
ICIIAEL IIASSON, Attouxky at
aw, Ebensburjr, Pa.
August -'5. 1359:tf.
p II A KL KS W W1NGARI), Attorney
vx ai i,aw, lock llaveii, Clinton county, Pa.
p L. PERSUING, Attorney at Law,
Johnstown, Cambria countv, Pa.
August 23, lfcsO'j.-tf.
amks C. .Noos, Attorney at Law, Eb-
ensi.urg, l'a. Uince No. 3 Colonade Row
JOHNSTON & MULL1N, Counskl-
fj lors and Attorneys at Law. Office oppo-
sue mo iuun House, tocnsourg, I a.
August 25, 1859.-tf.
IiHLS. NOO Attorney at Law,
Ebensburg, Penn'a. Office two doors
east of Thompson's Hotel.
August 29. ISf.O.-ly.
TOIIN FEXLOX, Attorney at Law,
HTr.i i t . .... .... "
tls i-.'ii-B3uurg, i a. umce on Migh 6treet,
one door west of his residence.
August 25, 1859.-tf.
"T1LLIAM KITTELL, Attouxey 4
Ooiinsellor at Law. Office in Colon
nade Row, Kbensburg, Penn'a.
August ', lS5'J.-tf.
MI). MAGEIIAN, Attorney at
Law, Ehcnsburg, Pa. Office on lli"h
street, opposite the Voit Oilice.
August 25. l5U.-tf.
O. M. 1!EEI, Efitiiltf,
ur-j. t. l. heyeii, Johnttovn.
REED & IIEVEK, Attoknkys at
Law. Counsel given in the English aud
Oihee In Colonade Row,
r-beiisburtr. l a.
tr it n 1 -viiidim t
n ii. OAJll i)lL,u, ATTOIINKY AT
t Law, Lbeusburg, Cambria county, Pa.
1 f utt..n,l .,11 i...: i , . . .
.v . "imu mi m i'umucss enirusieu lo uis
care in the Courts of Cambria tuid Indiana
countie.-. (llhoe iu Colonade Row.
Augu.-t 25, ISj'J.
HG. CHRISTY, 31. D., Wiimore,
flambria co., Pa. Office on Main St.,
next door to L. Cassiday's store. Niiit c:dls
made at the Cambria House. aug.25,5iuf
S. miNN, 31. 1)., tenders his pro
JLV fessioriitl services to the citizens of Eb
ensburg. Office in Drug Store, ou High st.,
opposite mompsou s Hotel.
August 25, lS59:tf.
rtEOIKIE 11. LEWIS, 31. 1)., tenders
vJ liis professional services to the citizens
of Ebcusburg and vicinity. He mav bo found
iu the office formerly occupied by Dr. 1). V.
Lewis. Night calls made at the office.
August 25, 185C:tf.
JACKSON & CLARK, Sunn eon Den-
TlSTS, Johnstown, P;i. One of the firm
will be in Ebensburg during the Cist ten day3
of each month, iluriug which time all persons
desiring his professional services cau find him
at the office Dr. Lewis, nearly opposite
Rlair's Hotel. ang.25,liS59.tf.
DR. J- 31. 3ECLURK, Surgeon- and
Mechanical Dsxtist, respectfully offers
nis proiessionai services to thel.idies and gen
tlemen of Johnstown and vicinitvof thisrdaee.
Particular attention paid to diseases of the
Mouth. Teeth extracted with electrical for
Office in the old "Exchange," on Clinton
Johnstown, Aug. 25, 1859.-1.
JOSEPH "VY 3IYERS. Justice of the
1'eace. bummerhill. Camtirin rnnntr
August 25, 185f:tf.
A USTIN T1I03IIS0N, Justice of the
1 eace, ilmore. Cambria countv.
August 25, 1850:tf.
T H. COHICK, Justice of the Peace,
b m 9 o ounsiown, ia,
JSy Collections promptly attended to, and
vuiin-jiiui-iuj; uone wua accuracy and dis
ST. LAWRENCE HOTEL.
No. 1018 Chestnut St., Philadelphia
W. S. Campbell & Co., Proprietors.
CA3IBRIA IIOUSE, Wilmorc, Pu.
Palxeb a Reck, rrojritfors.
Hacks attend the arrival of each train to
convey passengers to the Hotel, and thenco by
Plank Road to Ebensbure.
August 25, 1853:tf.
TOUNTAIN IIOUSE, Ebensburg, Pa.
juii.i i hompson, Jr., J'ropririor.
The Table ia always supplied with the
choicest delicacies. The Bar is sunr.lie.l w in.
choice liquors ; and the Stablr attended by
"i i'iouiu or year. taug.25,'50tf.
UNION IIOUSE, Ebensburg, Pa.
Jous A. Blair, rrnvrir.tor.
Also, in connection, BLAIR &. Co's HACKS
win leave the "Union House" for "U ilmore
station ia time to take the Eastern and West
ern trains. Every accommodation will be af
forded to make passengers comfortable.
August 25, 185'J:tf.
J. PATTOX THOMPSON, with
Importers and Jobbers in Notions Ho
sierv, Gloves, Trimmings, Silk Handker
chiefs, cravats and FANCY GOODS No
413 Market street, (Traill $ ro's old ttaii '
I3LAIX and FANCY JOli PTiTVTrT?
Blank Booh Manufacturer, Booh Binder
and dealer -in every description of
American and Foreign Pnnprs i-n
Corner of .Marketand Second sts.. n,i v...i
uuu i mru Eireets. rrn'snri!f: i..
1 in., i . vua
lA"c.nL for L- Johnson & Co.. Tvr.f
AuguVt 25 lSf"' 1hi,ftdrbta. "
JOH.V D. HCUIIES, TUOMA3 I. JAMES,
hciosvl: oi t s a'xew.place,
oxe door east of tudor s store.
rjlIIE undersigned beg leave to inform their
friends and the community at large, that
they have entered into co-partnership, in the
TAILORING AND CLOTHING
business, mid are receiving daily from the
Eastern Cities, large and splendid additions
to their already well selected and elecrant
HEADY MADE, CLOTHING,
which consists in part of the following arti
cles, FINE FROCK AND DRESS CLOTIT,
OASSIMEUE TWEED, LINEN and
PANTS AND VESTS
of all sizes and colors, Hals, Caps. Shirts,
Overalls ILuulkerchu-fs, &c, a large lot of
Cliildren's Clothing-, of every descrintion.
Also, a fine assortment of
which they will make to order oa short
uotice, and iu the mo.n fashionable style.
Persons wishing to purchase at low rates, will
advance their interests by giving theui a call,
a, mey are determined to be the cheapest
among the cheap. In the Tailoring depart
ment, clothes of all descriptions will be man
ufactured for thie who wish to oureha.se tho
UUGUKS & JAMES.
LLensburg, Ang. 25, 1850.-U'.
rilhe subscriber respectfully informs the
BL citizens of Ebexisbursr nd sur- r f
rounding country that he baa OTpn..lfoXr
a Saddler's shop, in tho basement i.fV4"5'
hi3 dwelling iiouse, oa Horner street, where
he is prepared to furnish to order, and on the
most reasonable terms, every description of
' &c, Ac.
llavmg many yenra cxperienre in the busi
ness, employing none but the best workmen,
men, snd using the best material upon all his
work, Ire hopes to merit and receive a liberal
share of the public patronage.
Country produce at all times taken in ex
change lor work, and the highest market pri
ces allowed. JAMES MAOU1RE.
Ebc-Rcburg, August 25. lS50:tf
T. BLAla MOORE. J. i.pv uiu.uv
espectfully inform the citizens of Eb
JLV cnsburir, and Cambria coimtv !rrn,.mii,-
that they have now on hand, and" are con
stantly, in reccijrt of
BOX.VET3, ' '
&c, Ac, &c.
All of which they arc prepared to sell at
prices which defy competition. Purchasers
are earnestly requested to call and examine
our stock, as we are always prepared to five
MiiiM.-icuon in goods and prices.
August 25, 1850:tf
II. II. TL iJOSi,
I espectfully informs his old friends and
j the public trenerailr that be i atill in !.
iounu at ins Ftore room, on III Ii street nrf
joining Crawford's Hotel, where he is lircna
i-r.l 11 r. ? - 1 . i.. 1
iv nt an uiutj iu lurnisii consumers witn
GROCERIES and CONFECTIONS,
OLD RYE WHISKEYS,
Feeling thankful to the citizen of Khin5
burg and vicinitv for their foi
he solicits a continuance of the same, togeih-
. iiu.i.3 uiucn more as may be bestowed
Ebensburg, August 25, 1850:tf. -
AT UEDt CEO PaiCEd I
ROBERT FLIXN, Wilmor. Camhria count.
.a uui ma tii ure sine ; nr i.nn: : nt vn.
s f r i i. ..... 1.1 . i" . 1 . . .
uuivu prices. -u tne Hoo.is are new. and of
ine latest and most fashionable styles
greater part of which have been bought at the
late Spring sales, for cash, and will'be closed
out cneap. Any person iu want of any articli
''" "cajt tin i. ay i tzr-to mn n.
. U cui.iie tiocn. ou to make room
( i 11 C(dl l.v 1 . . 1 rt , .
ior ran uoo.is. fane is-.o-tr
L O J
a xe:w e:ote.he.t!
31. KERN & IJRO.,
WlLMOUK. Caverii rn Ta
.ue-pecuiHiy cans the attention of l'u tmh.
nc to their larjje and varied assortment. i,i-
&c, &c, Ac.
They are prepared to sell at lower rates than
any establishment m the county. Their goods
ocui seiecieu witn a view to the wants of the
country, cannot fail to recommend them to
me puoiic. au2.25.185 9tf
r s "AKLS this method nf i
" - .UMUHll Ilia
irienilS, tllat lie IS Stl fn.r.irr..,) in
Mercautile Business, at Ebensburg, and is at
.wi iimua prcparea to sell to purchasers,
AT THE LOWEST PRICES
ery variety and discriptiou of staple
FANCY DRY GOODS.
QUEENS W A RE,
-incl in fact rrrpr l,;n ,...n e , .
imiii: umi.1i v imini ,m a
ti.t-ww oiore. An examination of his stock
anil prices is all bo .lnclma ., -
feet. -wvov-uj .wioei-
Approved Country produce in
change tor GOODS at nil t;,.
GOODS at all times
JOX1A 31'COLC IX,
WILMOKE, Cambiiia coc.vtv. p.
Dealer in sll kinds of DRY GOODS
IT T n do i-
Country Produce taken in exchan"f' for
G. W. TODD, with
COXKAD & WALTO,
C23 IIakket St., Phila.
Tmporters and Dealers in
J FOREIGN k DOMESTIC HARDWARE
August 25, 1859.tf
OAS IU RXIXG COOKING STOVE.
J.KORGE HUNTLEY, Dealer in al
KinUS OI l.tJUKINU, 1IKATINU A.Vli
PARLOR STOVES, would respectfully call
the attention of the public to one of the great
est improvements ever made in Cooking
stoves the burning of the (,'aa and Smoke
arising from the coal by which means is sa
ved fifty per ce:;t. of fuel. The improve
ments claimed are
1st a great saving of Fuel.
2d a much quicker and hotter oven from
the same fire.
2d The preservation of the top plates, as
tiiey are all iiituJc double.
4lh Cleanliness, as there is not one half
the soot and dirt found in other stoves.
T IT E Y A It E T Jl E S T O V E S .
He has also on bands a large assortment of
HARDW ARE, TABLE and POCKET CUT
LERV.EDGE TOOLS, HARVESTING TOOLS,
etc., etc. .
.vlsu ne siiii TnanuiacTiirc-3 ana Keeps on
hand a large assortment of Tin. Copper and
snect iron, all of which ho will sell at ex
1 " .
"-'i 'j .10 priced 111 escnnnge lor l.;ish or
Country produce. GEO. HUNTLEY.
August 25, 1850:tf
TaJE FAirrfl AWJJAt. FAIR.
CAMBRIA COUNTY AGRICULTU
WILL BE HELD AT EBENSBURG,
G. WEDNESDAY, TRURSDAr, andFRIDAWlIie
5th, Clli and 7th days of October, 1S9.
President, James Myers; Vice Presidents,
Jacob Fronheiser, John Thompson, Jr.; Mana
gers, Reese John Lloyd, Joha Evans (t-mith,)
William Kaylor, M. M: Adams, John A Blair;
Treasurer A. C. Mullin; Secretary, Philip S.
Committee of Arrangements. J. Alex Moore.
Frank Shoemaker, C. T. Roberts, Abel Lloyd,
Geo. Oat men.
Com.-nt'tce of Reeyfion. Robert A. McCoy.
John Scanlan, Edward Evans, John lloberts,
OLW'IJIiAL IiEGULA TIOXS.
Thegrand display of Horses, Cattle, Poultry,
Agricultural and Horticultural Products, Man
ufactured Articles and Luxuries, will take
place on the first and second days.
The Plowing Match will take place on the
third day, at 10 o'clock, A. M., aud the La
dies Riding Match tho samo day at 2 o'clock
Exhibitors, will, in all cases, Le required to
fcecomo members of tho Society, and those who
do not previously communicate with the Secre
tary, will he waited on by the Reception Com
mittee nt the Fair Grounds.
Everything intended for exhibition mnst bo
entered at the office, together with the name
and residence of the owner, aud will be marked
and designated by a card numbered ia the or
der of its entry.
No vicious animal will be entered, unless the
unuc-i ium-.i measures 10 prevent any possible
damage otherwise resulting therefrom.
Animals or articles on exhibition cannot be
removed before the close of the Fair, without
permission from tho Managers.
Premiums not demanded within six months
after they are awarded, will be held as dona
tions to the Society.
Instructions to Jmcss. The Judges aro
requested to report themselves at tho" Secre
tary's office, ou the ground, on the first day
beforo 3 o'clock, P. M., at which tiioo their
nrim?3 will be called, and vacancies (if any)
They will report by tho ftnmbcr on tho ar
ticle exhibited, and, in a warding Premiums, be
governed by the printed lists furnished them
by the Secretary.
They bhull require such evidence from ex
hibitors, relative to the stock or articles on
exhibition, as bhall bo to them entirely satis
factory. Any deception in the statements of exhibi
tors, shall when discovered muko a forfeiture
of the premium, to whir-h the party making it
would otherwise be entitled. c
All the articles specified in classes Nos. 10
11 mul 1 1 limufr l....-n 1 - f . . . '
- ....... ut-tru niiiuuiaciurc'l m
u.e eoanty, m orJer to entitle them to premi
ums. Also, nil animals entitled to premiums,
nmt be such as have, been raised in the Coiml
ty, or owned and kept therein for at least six
months prior to the Fair.
No article exhibited shall he entitled to two
premiums as, for instance, the best bushel of
giam, receiving tne premium, shall not bo in
cluded in tho best acre on which a premium is
The Judges of the several classes will be re
quired to report in writing the premiums awar
ded by them, respectively, with such remarks
relating to the merits of the animals or articles
coming under their examination, as they mav
Any person exhibiting on article not men
tioned in the printed list, but which may be
deemed meritorious by the Judges, sha'l bo
awarded a Diploma.
The Judcres will not permit any one to in
terfere with them during their adjudication,
and when any mdire is inter,. .i i, i..d
withdraw, and the balance shall 'decide- on
.uc uicriis oi tne articles.
Tho judges ot tho various rlp
on thegrouud, on the second day, at 10 o'clock
A. M., to enter upon the Jischn.cn t
respective duties, and their reports must bo
lu nio secretary before 12 o'clock M
on he last day of the cxluh;t; '
Fees op Aumissios. Certificates of Mem
bership will issue at One Dollar, and will ad
mit to the entire exhibition the member Lis
wife, and all their children under twenty-one
years of age. J
Tickets, good only for a single admission,
will issue at lo cts. Children under 10 years
old. half price. '
Tickets good for the rntJrn .1.;.:; .,,
at Scents. aiprentice h! . vant' girls,
Application to ho
fico, on the Ground.
JGSyLach certificate or ticket. Tr;n 4i
wiU ff !;Ctth0ldCr' ani1 an' tra- r thereof
will forfeit the same to the Societv. in,i i.
Upraon transferring or receiving 6uch ticket
jnth intent to defraud tho Society, shall not
thereafter enter the dne ,L " ?" not
ditiou whatever. 1 "uy cou-
conSfidTn?lt AsxorlMJ"!-The Managers
confidently assure the Dublin
provements will ho made unon n.
mcntsoftho four foxier Fair" Is I ,
better secure the comfort of & animalV thS
safety of the articles, and the convenience of
The Ebcnsbure Brass Bnn,l 1 ...
In short nothing within the means of the
Society will be left undone, which might have
a tendency to render the Fair useful and at
tractive, and bring to it a respectable atten
dance. Ec2UA reward of Ten Dollars will be paid
by the Society for tho apprehension and con
viction of any person or persons found injuring,
destroying, or in any manner wantonly inter
fering with any animal or article on exhibi
tion. The annual address will be delivered by
HON. GEORGE TAYLOR, of Huntingdon, at
2 o'clock iu the afternoon of the last day of the
LIST OF PREMIUMS.
Class No. 1. Houses.
Judges. William K. Piper, Dr. II. Yeagley,
William D. Prycc, Michael Driskcl, William
" colt, between 2 and 3 years,
( tt 2 4
" " under 1 year,
" jiair match horses,
" " mules,
Class No. 2. Cattlk.
Judyra. (j. C. K. Zahm, Richard B. Davis,
Evan Grillith, David M. Evans, Augustin
Best bull, 53 00
" yearling bull, 2 00
" cow, ' 3 00
2nd best cow, 0
Best stcf r between 2 and 3 years, 2 00
" heifer 44 44 2 00
" steer between 1 and 2 years, 1 00
" heifor, " " 1 00
cow or ox, 3 00
" yoke of oxen, 3 00
Class No. 3. Sheep.
Judge. William O'Kcefo, James MGough,
Emanuel Young, GJ. Bruce, Jlcury Rager.
Best buck, 2 00
44 ewe, '2 00
44 lot of sheep, G in number, 3 00
" pair lambs, 1 00
Class No. 4. Swise.
Judges. A. M'Vicker, Joseph Buck, Festus
Tibbott, Heury Hobble, Geo. Gallagher.
Best boar, $2 00
44 Sow, 2 00
" lot of p:zs, 6 in number, 2 00
" fatted hog, 2 00
Class No. 5. Poi'ltst.
Judges. Geo. J. Rodgers, Gideon J. Marlett.
Isaac Wike, John Flick, Williara Douirlass.
Best pnir rhangbai fowls, Jl f0
44 ch'.ttagong fowls, 1 00
44 44 poland fowls, 1 00
44 cochin china fowl, 1 00
44 44 turkeys, 1 00
" " ducks, 1 to
" " geese, 1 00
Class No. 0. Gtiais.
Judges. Johnston Moore, John B. Miller,
Simon Owens, Augustin llaut, Cornelius Dov
Best bushel of wheat, 1 00
44 corn, ears, 50
" " cats, 5)
" " barley, 50
" " timothy seed, l iQ
" clover eeed, 2 00
" " flax seod, 1 (41
44 peck Chinese sugar cane se-eJ, 50
Class No. 7. Vkgktablej.
Judges. Wm. Kittell, Jas. D. Hamilton,
Simou Weakland, Levi B. Cohick, Geo. N.
Best bushel of potatoes, 50
' " turnips, d)
" " ruta baa, 50
" " beets, 51J
" " carroty 50
" " onions, 50
' dozen cabbage, 50
44 half bushel tomatoes 50
44 half dozen squashes, 50
" parsnips, 5y
kohl rabbi, 51)
" pumpkin, 5.)
44 citron, 5Q
44 musk melon, 50
44 water melon, 50
44 seed cucumber, 50
" half bushel beans, 50
44 lot celery, 50
44 lot cauliflower, 50
44 lot broccoli, 50
Class No. 8. Frcit.
Judges. E. A. Yickrov. Peter Kaylor. Tbrv.
B. Moore, John II. Douglass, II. A.'liTike.
iest variety of fall apples,
4i dozen 44
" variety of winter apples,
" dozen 44
" " plums,
41 variety grapes,
Class No. 9. Product o? the Daihy.
Judges John Griffith, David O'Harra, John
M. Bowman, W. II. Garduer, Johu B. Myer
Best roll of butter, $1 ot
" print butter, i do
" Cheese, 1 ou
Class No. 10. Ar.RicrLTriiAi Implements.
Judges. Edward Glass, Michael' Leavy,
Xhos. Callan, Emericus Bender, Jacob Kaylor'
" wheat drill,
" corn planter,
" horse rako,
" grain cradle,
" cutting box,
4 threshing machine,
Class No. 11. Manufactured
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Jiulgrs. Kri Rickford, A: A.
Henry Nutter. M. J. Sniif h
Rest two-horse carriage,
" set single harness,
" saddle and bridle,
side sole leather,
lot cabinet ware,
variety tin ware,
variety stone & earthem ware,
" meat vessel,
pair horse shoes,
" cider mill and press,
Tl?linfinT fir crri ! n ! n rr
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pair drawing chains,
pair coal grates,
" barrel of flour, '
Class No. 12. Pi.ovri.va Match.
Judges. llees S. Llojd, John lirad;.
Enos C. M'3Iu!lin, Christian Eulit
Uest plowing-, go
" by boy under 17, 3
Class No. 13. Domestic JIaxi7-
JuJ'cs. Mrs. John Thompson. V.
W. K. Carr, Mrs. Conrad
Geo. N. Smith, Mrs. J. J
J3est piece carpet,
2nd best "
Best pair blanket?,
pieced bed quilt,
' cradle quilt,
piece tow eloth,
? half hoso, ;
" glove?, ;
piece flannel, 2 i
corn brooms, ;
fly brnsh, ;.
hard soap, j
soft soap, '
" candles, f
Class No. 14.-Cli.inart Departmiv:
Judjes. Mrs. R. P. Linton, Mrs. TV
II. Gardner, Mrs. J. M. Christy, Mrs.
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Best bread, 1
pouBd ease, f
domestic sugar, 1
appU Intter 1 ,
pumpkin butter, 1 i
plum " ;
" tomalo atnp, . ,
walnut " f,
applo " f
peach M 5
qui n co
" blackberry "
catawba wine, ;
elderberry " f
" blackberry " j
" currant " j
" vinegar, .
" jar of pickles, ;V
" jar of brandy peaches, i-
" cherry bounce, b
" dried apples.
honey (in comb,) I
Clas No. 15 Needlework.
JaJg-.f. Misses' Hose Khey, Jcnw
Ivory, Emily Huberts, Lizzie Ramsey, c:
Rest ornamental needlework,
2nd best "
Rest silk embroidery,
" cotton "
" worsted "
" shell work,
Class No. 1G Flowfrs.
Hy.Misscs' Sallie Collins, .
lino Rockier, J. A. Evans, JUary i
tell and Amelia Thompson.
Rest collection of flowers,
" basket of flowers,
" moss vase with flowers,
" hand boquet,
2nd best "
Rest fiat "
2nd best "
Rest table boquct,
2nd best "
Rest collection of
2nd best "
Class No. 17 Fine Arts.
JuJg. s. William Tiley, Sr., Jeremiri
31 (.onigle, Richard Troudfoot, PanlJ
Litzinger, Jacob M. Campbell
Rest oil paintinr.
2nd best "
Rest water color
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Rest crayon sketch,
2nd best "
" marble work.
Class No. 18 EouestrtaxtsSi.
Judges Cornelius Collins, James M
Swank, Dr. John Clark, Dr. Geo. Lewis,
Rest equestrienne over 18, Riser etionart.
Rest Equestrienne under IS, Discretional
2nd best " u .
August 17, 1S59.